Vivo V2168A was discovered on the Chinese certification authority TENAA’s website, suggesting the company may be preparing for the launch of an upcoming smartphone. A new handset with the model number V2168A was discovered along with pictures on the website and is said to have an octa-core SoC paired with up to 6 GB of RAM. This is the second Vivo smartphone that recently appeared on TENAA. Vivo V2140A was also spotted on TENAA earlier this month.
The company has not yet officially announced details of the Vivo V2168A smartphone. According to the listing on TENAA, which was first discovered by Gizmochina, the upcoming Vivo V2168A can carry a 2.1 GHz octa-core SoC under the hood, paired with up to 6 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of storage.
The Vivo V2168A is equipped with a 6.51-inch HD + LCD display (720 x 1,600 pixels). The refresh rate of the display is not mentioned in the TENAA list. The Vivo V2168A is equipped with a dual rear-view camera, which consists of a 13-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel secondary camera. According to the TENAA list, the smartphone will be equipped with an 8-megapixel selfie camera.
On the connectivity front, the upcoming Vivo V2168A is expected to offer LTE connectivity, as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The smartphone also comes with a 4,910 mAh battery that is charged via the USB Type-C port. The TENAA list also shows the dimensions of the smartphone, which measures 163.96 x 75.2 x 8.28 mm and weighs 171 g.
The certification website mentions two possible color options for the Vivo V2168A, including a black option and a blue gradient option. Vivo V2140A was also spotted on TENAA earlier this month and has the same specs except for the processor, which is said to be a 2.35GHz octa-core processor. Vivo hasn’t officially released any details on either smartphone yet, including their official names, but their appearance on TENAA suggests that they may be launched in China soon.
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